Re: Are smart phones making MP3 players obsolete?
Originally Posted by OldRightHander
Maybe I'm becoming obsolete. I still listen to entire albums. I never set my ipod to shuffle and I don't listen to streaming services. If I hear something on the radio I like, I'm likely to buy the entire album and listen to it that way, in order from beginning to end. If an artist releases one song, the chances of me buying it are pretty slim unless it's put on a later album. Maybe I'm the odd ball, but I prefer listening to music that way.
What does that have to do with streaming music from the cloud?
The other posters are right, with wireless technology nowadays you can play music from your phone and keep it by your side. I usually play my music from my computer at home anyways...
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